fæst-rǽd
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fæst-rǽd
fæst-rǽde. Add: of firm counsel. 1. of persons or personifications Sió wiþerwearde wyrd is sió sóþe gesælþ, þeáh hwæ-acute;m swá ne þince, for þám heó is fæstrǽd and gehǽt simle te sóþ biþ adversa fortuna semper vera est, cum se instabilem mutatione demonstrat , Bt. 20; F. 70, 32. Drihten is fæstrǽd and fremsum benignus est Dominus , Ps. Th. 134, 3. Jacobus fród and fæstrǽd folca láreów James wise and firm teacher of men , Men. 135. Se wísa and se fæstrǽda folces hyrde . . . Caton rigidus Cato , Met. 10, 49. Hé cwæð mid olecunge hí æþele cempan wǽron, and on ǽlcum gefeohte fæstrǽde him betwynan (constant to one another ), Hml. S. 11, 21. 2. of human attributes Ongon hé ǽresð herigean on him ðæt ðæt hé fæsðrǽdes wiste prius in eis, quae fortia prospicit, laudat, Past. 213, 8. Uton habban fulne hyht and fæstrǽdne geleáfan on úrne Drihten, Wlfst. 282, 5. Ánræ-acute;dne geleáfan and fæstrǽde geþanc tó úrum Drihtne, 101, 23. Hí ne magon áfyllan mín fæstrǽde geþanc they cannot cast down my constant mind , Hml. S. 8, 20. [He is nu ripe and fastrede, ne lust him nu to none unrede, O. and N. 211. Cf. Icel. fast-ráðinn determined.]
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